Time-Trail A time-trialist must lean forward and bundle into a small frame and ride at a high speed for a long period of time. A time-trialist must understand his/her body so he/she can put the most amount of effort in each pedal stroke to ride the fastest on a course that could be as short as 3 km to as long as 100 km. A time-trialist has to endure pain, the grueling fire lit up by lactic acid build-up and the strain of not enough oxygen in the lungs. Finally, a time-trialist has to be as aerodynamic as possible. Tour Cycling offers all the cycling attire to maximize on aerodynamic advantages. Tour Cycling offers sleeveless and short sleeved skin-suits that lie as flat against your body as does your skin. The fabric is lightweight, skin tight, silky and comfortable. The skin-suits have been rider and wind tunnel tested to maximize the aerodynamic lead the suits give to the riders who wear them. The chamois is designed to protect the rider in the time trial position as he is leaned forward on the time trial bars. The Tour Cycling shorts have the same time trial specific chamois padding. The tops are sleeveless or with sleeves depending on the weather and rider preference. The SIDI shoes keep your feet cool and have a close fit so no power is lost in empty space between foot and shoe. Finally the helmets are varied between Lazer helmets which are straight out time trial helmets and the Kask Bambino helmets worn by Chris Froome when he won some of the biggest races in the world.